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Saturday, March 17, 2007

Positive and negative examples

A few things I’ve wanted to write about in detail but I’m kinda swamped with work and school.

Ishkur’s Guide to Electronic Music. A collection of graphs showing the history and interconnections between various genres of electronic music. Lots of samples and written descriptions to go along with the graphs.

Processing, a new environment from Ben Fry and Casey Reas. Processing makes it easy for non-programmer types to do simple visualizations of data. Processing built on Java, and programmer types can easily take advantage of the full Java environment if they wish.

A Timeline of Timelines, from Cabinet Magazine.

James Victore will speak at Carnegie Mellon on Monday, March 19 @ 7:00 pm. His topic:
“Graphic Design Just Isn’t That Interesting: A discussion of the role of the designer in relation to ethics, morals and selling crap to people who don’t need it.” Margaret Morrison Breed Hall, Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA.

Visual Complexity, a blog about complex visualizations of data.

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posted by jet at 11:23  

1 Comment »

  1. Eric,

    Pointer to one of our visualization efforts, fyi:

    Pleasure meeting you this weekend – rkl

    Comment by Ralph Logan — 2007/05/14 @ 12:52

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